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[SLUG] Apache 1.3 config

OK, this has _got_ to be something simple, but it's got me stuffed.

I've got a dead standard SuSE 7.0 install on my machine, and I simply want
to have it serve web pages to my local LAN.

Apache is installed and working - I can get the SuSE help pages etc - but
stuff me if I can get _anything_ out of any other user pages anywhere.

I get with everything I try

                                                         403 Forbidden


   You don't have permission to access /~dazza on this server.

I _know_ it's got to be something simple - but the same error occurs no
matter how I try and access the page {http://localhost/~dazza, etc}, and by every machine on the network.

Before anyone asks - yes, the permissions on the files are correct, and
should allow reading by the web server.

I *think* the relavent part of the apache config is this bit

<Directory /home/*/public_html>
    AllowOverride FileInfo AuthConfig Limit
    Options MultiViews Indexes SymLinksIfOwnerMatch IncludesNoExec
        Order allow,deny
        Allow from all
        Order deny,allow
        Allow from all

Anyone out there give me some pointers as to how in hell I can get this
bloody thing to work? I'd like to be able to do cgi locally as well as
just view pages.



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